National University of Pharmacy is a domestic center of pharmaceutical education and science development, which occupies a leading place in realization of public policy in training a new generation of highly skilled specialists and implementation of competitive scientific developments for science intensive pharmaceutical industry. The University creates conditions for deep scientific training of highly qualified specialists on the principles of education and science cooperation.
National Pharmaceutical University opens admission for bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and educational-qualification level of junior specialist and specialist in the directions and forms of training in accordance with a license under the licensed volume, including the College of the National University of Pharmacy and according to the Rules of admisstion to the NUPh.
Location of the NUPh academic buildings and hostels (in reference to underground stations)
Scientific and research activities of the University is an integral part of the educational activities and carried out to integrate scientific, educational and production activities in higher education. It is a complex multistage process, in which employees of the Departments and structural subdivisions take part
TUTION FEES for Foreign Citizens’ Training Faculty students in the academic year 2017/2018 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF PHARMACY IS A PRESTIGIOUS EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY, which 75 countries trust to train students. NUPh diploma is recognized in all countries of the world. We care about your education and we are waiting for you!
Today at the National University of Pharmacy has 6 faculties and 49 departments, including 6 – Institute of professional development of pharmacy.
Initiation of higher pharmaceutical education in Kharkiv lands goes back to 1805 whenKharkiv Emperor University was founded. This year, Kharkiv academic Council of medical faculty gets the right to carry out experiments to get pharmaceutical title and gesel (pharmacist’s assistant), pharmacist and chemist degree according to these experiments’ results. In 1812…